Mika Suomalainen mika.henrik.mainio at
Tue Apr 24 19:07:39 CEST 2012

On 24.04.2012 19:47, david at wrote:
> On 24/04/12 13:33, Peter Lebbing wrote:
>> On 24/04/12 14:20, david at wrote:
>>> I too ran the gpg -k on a new user accounts and got the same results as you. The question
>>> is: Are both run at launch time? Or can you set which one to run?
>> Perhaps you should explain what you are trying to accomplish in the end. I read
>> something about how long a passphrase will last, are you trying to decrypt
>> multiple e-mails after entering your passphrase only once?
>> Peter.
> Peter,
> To the question "are you trying to decrypt multiple e-mails at once" the answer is yes. I
> had the ability to set how long the passphrase was loaded - "GPA" with Ubuntu but it seems
> not available with Mint Linux - am discovering there's a lot I can't change with Mint Linux!
> Oh well ..........

I am almost sure that GPA is available for Linux Mint in package "gpa".

> I tried some specific gpg2 settings in my gpg.conf - but all produced errors - which is why
> I asked the question when Linux first runs - it starts a number of scripts one of which must
> be by default launch gpg 1.4.11 and not gpg2.
> David
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